Asteraceae Family

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Sheltered FlowersSheltered Flowers (07/21/2006) Small yellow flowers thrive in the shelter of this rock near the top of Grandeur Peak.

Withering FleabaneWithering Fleabane (07/21/2006) A picture taken late at night at what I suspect to be fleabane.

GroundselGroundsel (07/25/2006) Groundsel with a busy bee in Neff's Canyon.

Little SunflowersLittle Sunflowers (07/29/2006) The Albion Basin features Little Sunflowers (Helianthella uniflora) in abundance. There is some fear that the wild little sunflower might cross breed with its encroaching.

Western ConeflowerWestern Coneflower (07/29/2006) Western Coneflower (Rudbeckia occidentalis) punctuated the meadow.

Western ConeflowerWestern Coneflower (07/29/2006) This Western Coneflower (Rudbeckia occidentalis) has an uneven crown of flowers.

Little SunflowerLittle Sunflower (07/29/2006) A little Sunflower brightening Albion Basin.

Western ConeflowerWestern Coneflower (07/29/2006) Western Conefloewr (Rudbeckia occidentalis) in the Albion Basin.

Western ConeflowerWestern Coneflower (07/29/2006) Western Coneflower (Rudbeckia occidentalis) in the Albion Basin.

YarrowYarrow (07/29/2006) Yarrow (Achillea spp.) in the Albion Basin.

Engelman AsterEngelman Aster (07/29/2006) This might be the Engleman Aster.

Englemann AsterEnglemann Aster (07/29/2006) I believe this is the Engelmann Aster. According to Wikipedia, Asters in the new world are consider to be in the genu Eucephalus. This would be the Eucephalus engelmannii.

Showy DaisyShowy Daisy (07/29/2006) I believe this to be a Showy Daisy (Erigeron speciosus). The flower was growing in the Albion Basin.

Eucephalus engelmanniiEucephalus engelmannii (07/29/2006) I believe these to be Engelmann Asters (Eucephalus engelmannii).

Flower to beFlower to be (07/29/2006) A daisy preparing to bloom in the Albion Basin.

Yellow FlowersYellow Flowers (07/29/2006)

fleabanefleabane (06/08/2006) A patch of fleabane growing near Big Cottonwood Creek.

Wild SunflowersWild Sunflowers (09/18/2006) Sunflowers near Churchill Junior High.

Woolly GroundselWoolly Groundsel (05/19/2006) This might be a Woolly Groundsel (Senecio canus) in the Sunflower family, but don't quote me.

Bundle of FlowersBundle of Flowers (05/19/2006) Flowers along the Bowman Train in the Wasatch Mountains.

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Asteracea Family

This gallery includes images of members of the Asteraceae family of flowering plants. The family is also known as Compositae. This family includes an estimated 1100 genera and 20,000 species of plants (Wikipedia).

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Context: Flowers

Wildflowers (123 pictures) Pictures of wildflowers.

Flower Power (136 pictures) Pictures of garden flowers.

Arrowleaf Balsam Root (9 pictures) More pictures of the Arrowleaf Balsamroot (Balsamorhiza sagittata)

Thistles (25 pictures) A thistle is a plant with sharp spines or prickles. Most thistles are members of the Asteraceae family.

Campanulaceae Family (8 pictures) The Bellflower Family is closely related to the Aster family.

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